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Experts Present at Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness Conference

March 2-5, 2016

IMPAQ education experts will present at the upcoming Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness Conference (SREE) Spring Conference in Washington, DC from March 2-5, 2016. In addition, IMPAQ is exhibiting at the conference from March 2-4. Visit our booth to learn more about how we can evaluate and enhance your education programs to help improve your outcomes.

IMPAQ Presentations


Dr. Chris Brandt

 
 
 
 
Dr. Mikhail Pyatigorsky
 
Dr. Yasuyo Abe

Dr. Chris Brandt will co-present, “The Impact of the Enhancing Missouri's Instructional Networked Teaching Strategies (eMINTS) Program on Middle School Student Achievement, 21st-Century Skills, and Academic Engagement - Third-Year Results,” during the Evaluating Educational Policies and Programs & International Perspectives on Educational Effectiveness session on Friday, March 4 from 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM in Dumbarton - Fairmont Hotel, Floor 3.

The paper was co-written by Dr. Brandt, Dr. Coby Meyers, University of Virginia, Dr. Ayrin Molefe, American Institutes for Research, and Ms. Bo Zhu, American Institutes for Research.

Read the presentation abstract. 

 

Dr. Mikhail Pyatigorsky will co-present, “Developing Content-Area Academic Literacy: A Randomized Control Trial of the Reading Apprenticeship Improving Secondary Education (RAISE) Project,” during the Improving Classroom Practice & International Perspectives on Educational Effectiveness Professional Development Effects on Improved Practice and Outcomes session on Thursday, March 3 from 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM in Latrobe - Fairmont Hotel, Ballroom Level.

The paper was co-written by Dr. Mikhail Pyatigorsky, Dr. Yasuyo Abe, and Dr. Cheri Fancsali. 

Read the presentation abstract.

About the SREE Spring Conference

The SREE Spring 2016 conference focuses on strategies that maximize the likelihood that policy makers, funders, and practitioners will demand and use rigorous research. A central goal of the meeting is to build bi-directional pathways between decision-making and evidence on educational effectiveness. The Spring 2016 conference is organized around content areas focused on:

  • Early Childhood Education
  • Social and Emotional Learning Interventions in Educational Settings
  • Improving Classroom Practice
  • Evaluating Educational Policies and Programs
  • Education and Life Cycle Transitions
  • International Perspectives on Educational Effectiveness
  • Research Methods

Read the complete program here.